The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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... succeeds as a modest tribute to the kind of aging boys club that idles for hours in somebody's parents' rumpus room, its members tossing around big-man talk but trapped in emotional adolescence.
It's a mildly amusing feature that takes a few too many potshots at some very broad targets.
Corddry leads a game cast, but the film is rough around the edges and lacks the sophistication of, say, Christopher Guest's Best in Show and Waiting for Guffman.
While there's some dramatic interest in seeing how the story wraps, Blackballed pretty much wears out by midpoint.
This spoof of sports biopics is essentially an extended improvisational skit, with a troupe of comics riffing on a central joke (the elevation of paintball to a noble calling).
A mildly amusing mockumentary about a disgraced paintball champ who wants one more shot.
There isn't the same labored yet quotable wit ... that you'll find in some of the scripted satires, but part of the fun of improvisation is its spontaneous lack of polish.
not enough to make Blackballed worth watching for more than a couple of giggles.
With so much comic talent all in one place, Blackballed becomes a dopey but lovable gigglefest.
More amusing than it is funny.
It doesn't have enough comic energy to support its plot.
Needs a better smattering of colourful, interesting characters than it delivers [with its] scattershot approach . . . lacks any bruising zingers or zealously zany characters.
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